At $130,000? I mean, if I had the money (and I eventually will, goddammit), I still wouldn't buy it. Like you said, I'd prefer to wait until 16k. If that ever becomes a thing, I mean. We might be using light-field displays en masse before then.
I believe the 130k price tag was for a prototype model that was displayed several years ago.
This video only came out less than half a day ago:
According to this representative from Sharp, a new 8k 70" TV will hit the commercial market for about 8000 Euros. That's about 12,000 Canadian, or slightly less than 10,000 US dollars. I actually think that is fairly reasonable, considering the size, resolution, and that it will be the first of it's kind to hit the market. When 4k TV's were introduced in stores, back in around 2012 or so, there were similar sized models from Sony going for more than twice that price. I think the good news, is that with competition and economies of scale, the prices will come down by quite a lot.
The Japanese man also discusses how new 8k video cameras will be introduced at some point; all being part of the '8k ecosystem'.
I'll be in the market for a 4k tv at some point in the next couple of years, and hopefully they get a price reduction as well.